Steve Jobs Documentary to Air on PBS in November

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"Steve Jobs -- One Last Thing" includes interviews with Steve Wozniak, Walt Mossberg and Ross Perot, in addition to a never-before-seen 1994 Jobs interview.

PBS will air a Steve Jobs documentary in early November.

The one-hour doc Steve Jobs -- One Last Thing is set to debut on Wednesday, Nov. 2 at 10 p.m. ET. Interviews with Jobs' colleagues and others who knew the Apple co-founder will be featured in the film, which "takes an inside look at t he man and the major influences that helped shape his life and career."

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The Jobs doc airs after the premiere of NOVA The Fabric of the Cosmos.

"From the vast complexity of time and space to the genius of a man who put technology in the palm of our hands, these extraordinary programs explore the work of two visionaries in science and technology," said John F. Wilson, senior vice president and chief TV programming executive at PBS.

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Interviewees include Ronald Wayne; Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak; Ross Perot, who invested in NeXT Computer when Jobs was running out of money; Walt Mossberg, principal technology columnist for The Wall Street Journal;; Dean Hovey; Robert Cringely; Robert Palladino; and Bill Fernandez, who introduced Jobs and Wozniak in Sunnyvale.

A never-before-seen 1994 interview with Jobs will also be shown.

One Last Thing is a production of Pioneer Productions for Channel 4 (UK) and PBS. The film is funded by PBS, Channel 4 and Mentorn International.